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>> there's not much left after two four-alarm fires in west baltimore. i'm jennifer franciotti. details are next. >> a california neighborhood goes up in flames as a massive gas line rupture ignites an unbelievable explosion. we'll have the latest. >> and it looks look a fall-like weekend is in the works. the insta-weather plus forecast, as 11 news today continues right now. >> good morning, tgif, i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> meteorologist john collins has a check of the forecast. looking good. >> yeah. you mentioned the fall-like weekend. i was out working in the yard past couple of days, very nice, and a lot of leaves in the lawn. but it's not because of fall-like temperatures, it's because of the dry conditions we've got. >> but let's talk about the cool for the moment. we'll address the wet in just a minute, or dry, or whichever way you want to look at it. at b.w.i. marshall right now, 56 degrees the temperature. that's the low there so far this morning. it just dropped into that range. 72%, the humidity. barometer h
firefighters put to the test with two four-alarm fires yesterday. >> jennifer franciotti with more on that story. >> it was quite a scene yesterday. firefighters were busy fighting fires to 11 houses on two niche blocks. all but two houses were vacant. five rowhouses went up in flames there. then three more caught fire on the other side. firefighters rushed to houses on the next block. everyone did get out safely. no word on what caused the first fire, but officials are pretty sure of what happened on north cary street. >> one consideration is there may have been embers that may have been blown from one fire across the street to the next may have ignited that one. we don't know at this point. >> in all 100 firefighters responded. one firefighter suffered minor injuries. mindy back to you. >> a 34-year-old columbia man who survived an apartment fire is charged with not only setting the blaze, but killing his ex-wife moments earlier. damon white set fire to the apartment to cover up the murder of the 35-year-old woman. she obtained a restraining order against her husband in 2008. >>
baltimore withhword on how residents can help to get this job done. keith? >>well, jeff and jennifer, city crews have been busy clearing storm drains like this onn. in fact, tonight they say the best defense residents have against flooding is a broom, and trash cans. we caught up with a crew at the corner of south folton and coal3 they cleared the drain at that location. there are 52,000 storm drain inlets across the city. not all of them need to be but for those that do, city only has five teams, that's 10 people, to do aal of that work. >> i feel bad that these guys have to work so bad and hard to try to get this done. but if weecan get people to stop throwing trash in the streets, and stuff, it wouldn't wash down in the drains and we would ot worry about it. >> we are back here llve. bge is preparing for the storm tonight. thee have key personnel on standby should we see any power outages during that storm. >> live in north baltimore, keith daniels, fox 45 news late edition". >> all right, keith thank you. if you ake up tomorrow to weather damage in your area. see it, shoot it, send
jennifer gilbert. live at johns hopkins hospital in east baltimore. where a gunmannopened fire, and swat teems were called in. >> t happened late this morning, in the nelson uilding. complex. it ended with a doctor shot. the gunmmn's mother dead. and the gunman killing himself. >> jeff, we do know that doctor %-shot in the stomach. cohen. and was rushed into emerrency surgery. the good news tonight, he is expected to survive his injuries. cohen is a faculty orthopedic surgeon, did his residency in spinal reconstructive surgery at johns hopkins. now we don't know exactly how this dootor was involved in the but what we do know is that he was out of the hospital room today, talking with paul pardus. telling aul pardus about the condition of his mother, and apparently, according to hospital staff, talking about his mother being paralyzed. and, again, it was after that troubling news that this all started. around 11:11 this morning on the eighth floor of the nelson building here. paul pardus shot dr. cohen and barricaded himself in the mother's hospital room. hospital was immediately put o
we will announce the winner on thursday night..3 here is jeff barnd and jennifer gilbert with the "late edition", >> e-mails ver job numbers. >> what the gooernor is saying about a possible covvr up. %->> an object, red glooing object, hoovering just above our ú%ont gate. >>the people providing new evidence about ufo's. whh we may be in for flooding too. >> and shockinn surprise. what was found bakeed in loaf of bread. >> live in high definition, from fox 45 news "late edition". >>>hello again, i am jeff barnd. we have been seeing gray skies, and a lot of rain lately. >> it is about to get worse. vytas reid with the latest severe weather orecast. vytas? >> jennifer and jeff, definitely seen our share of rainfall over the last couple of days. in the ast 48 hours, an iich around balttmore. eastern shore, over 2 inches. and then in western maryland lookkng at an inch. so average about an inch to inch and a haaf in the area. ground saturated. like a sponge, you absorb it, and when you give it more, it runs offf thattwill happen with the next system. no activity out th
, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> ello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. severe thunderstorms rolled through several counties this evening.ttis is the scene in noh baltimore tonight as lightning lit up the sky. and earlier there were reports of storm damage near the maryland/pennsylvania line. >> chief meteorologist vytaa reii joins us with a firstly look at the sky watch weaahhr forecast. >> most of it occurrrd on the pennsylvania line and north of us. some activity lingering on the eastern portion of the state. and heading over to new jersey, where, actually the most severe storms are. nothing over baltimore right now. eastern shooe, watch until 11:00. as there is a few you scattered showers in the neighborhood. but not aaythiig too seeere in the state at this moment. going to radar, one cell near the bay bridge with rain in it. and activitt ttward chestertown. but it looks like it is really garden variety thunderstorms.ú few little rain oward churchill and lightning. not much. then over to new jersey this is where it is picking upp we have like a boww cho. that means the
baltimore, this is foxx45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. four hour hostage standoff in silver spring ends withhpolice >> this all happened t the discovery channel building on georria avenue. myranda stephens is here with how the incident caae to an end. and more n the gunman's past. myranda? >> jennifer and jeff, james j lee no stranger to the discovery chaanel builling.3 protested there building before. but this time took his anger to a whole new level. >> the intense situution began around 1:00 this afternoon. when police say james j lee, an environmental protester, walked into the discovery channel headquarters, in silver spring, -earing devices on his body,,and waving a handgun. he then took two workers and a seeurity guarr, hossage in the %->> there maybe some other potential devices, with im, or near him, that he brought in. >> most of the 1900 employees were able to et out okay. and the day care center inside ú% the building was evacuated. swat teams and federal bomb technicians surrounded the building. while federal negotiators talked to
spirit when at the kicked her off the team. jennifer tesch says she was shocked when they are daughter, kennedy, came home from practice and demonstrated her routine for her. she says some of the cheers were just too inappropriate for 6-year-olds. >> and the lyricses are, our backs ache, our skirts are too tight, we shake our booties from left to right. and at that point, i was just kind of in shock. >> well, after bringing her objections to the coach and g.m. of the squad, jennifer says kennedy was concluded off the team. she does say, however, other cheered leading squads have offered to put kennedy on their team. and that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think a detroit-area cheering squad's choice of cheers is too racy for 6-year-olds? email your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> the time is now 6:08, 66 degrees on tv hill. coming up -- the morning's financial news in the bloomberg business report. >> also ahead, more than a dozen homes go up in flames as a wild fire rages in utah. >> and the force of nature of a different kind as wind and water pummel
. reporting live, jennifer franciotti. >> police are also busy investigating a pair of unrelated shootings in glen bernie. one man was shot tuesday morning and was taken to shock trauma. no word on a suspect or a possible motive. police also responded to a double shooting where authorities say two men apparently shot each other. there were also treated at shock trauma. baltimore city has recorded its 144th homicide of the year. this happened yesterday morning on harris avenue. police say the victim tried to fight of his attackers. he was shot in the chest and back. he was rushed to the pop hospital where he later died. this time last year there were 147 murders in baltimore city. ayne black has been arrested in the death of ankush gupta. the body was discovered just off of light street. police have not said how gupta ended up in the water. >> it is time to turn the page on iraq. >> the president said it was time to shift resources to prairies' here at home. kate amara has more on that. >> robert gates is in iraq this morning, meeting with troops. the president declared the war in iraq is o
cause. jennifer franciotti covers the story. >> on purple friday the focus is on black. >> we're making the blackout towel. >> the towels are the brain child of a local company called baltimore blackout and they are being run by willis mcgahey. he wants m&t stadium to come alive by tirling the towels, an effect he said will look like thousands of ravens flying in the stands. the freeds benefit the willis. -- the proceeds will benefit the willis mcgahee foundation which helps students. >> it is something different to get everybody involved, to let everybody know we're behind us. >> steven port, owner accident says it is great. >> it is fantastic. it is really fun. >> you dep can buy towels at stadium stores oh, or you can order them online. in parkville, jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news 11 news. go ravens! >> she is the greatest fan ever. if you are heading to the game, be prepared for traffic. check latest conditions downtown. update construction and accident scenario. >> we set up a live wire blog that alerts you to delays on the rail in march. all on www.wbaltv.com and click on "t
-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today in hd. >> good morning. i am jennifer franciotti. >> i am stan stovall. thank you for joining us this morning. >> tony pann has a quick look at today's forecast. >> so for the focus is the western suburbs. frederick county, carroll county. let's look at hd doppler. you cannot see the worst of it in the orange and the red -- you can see the worst of it in the orange and the red. you will see some heavy rain for the next 15 or 20 minutes at least. and then it will push into pennsylvania. down towards annapolis, give yourself extra time again this morning. let's look at the forecast. i think it will clear up this afternoon. most of the rain will be this morning. high temperatures in the upper 70's. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. first we say good morning to sarah and see what is happening on the roads on this tuesday. >> a few accidents to watch for. they could be related to the rain. there is an accident at 32. watch for delays there. there are some other problem spots. jewish park lake drive, a vehicle fire. park lake drive, a
in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 0:00. >> hell low, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. 24 alarm fires in west baltimore. ten row homes up in smoke. >> happened minutes apprt less3 than one quarter of a mile away today's weather mmy have played a key role in the blazes. karen parks is currently in west baltimoree and tells us no onee3 was hhrt. but these fires are still under investigation tonight. karen? >> that'' right jeff. innestiggtors are still here, on the scene. -ou mentioned earlier, in the intro, you talked abouu high winds. windy right now. just imagine what it was like a now, the fire started right here. you can sse all the debris left. after three homes caught on fire. the blaze then spread, across the street. i will try to get over here to show you. these five row homes, went up in flames, and it did not stop here. and investors say high winds could be a factor. but will not confirm. 5 ell you. as for neighbors. it was a iasco none will forget. >> it is crazy. you got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. seven firee. >> flames tear down homes. >> in the
to surgery and operated on for at least five hours. >> jennifer was done to find out that the victim was actually her neighbor. >> i was very sad, and just really upset to know that it is someone so close to where i live in this area. >> the shooter is that in a bite as 50-year-old paul pardus. court records show he has gone by the aliases warren davis, leo davis, and leo david. he had a bankruptcy filing 12 years ago. neighbors at his home in arlington, virginia, saw him often and say he was a loving, caring son to his mother, who had been ill for some time. >> he is to take care of his mother. he would come home and take her to the doctor. i cannot believe he shot her. i cannot believe this. this is crazy. >> never say that his mother lived with him, and he has been on family medical leave since june of this year. before that, he was driving a bus in the d.c. area, serving people with physical disabilities. he carried a concealed weapon permit in the state of virginia since 2006. he did have to pass a background check to see that permit. we need to receive that permit. >> many of y
. vytas? >> jennifer and jeff, definitely seen our share of rainfall over the last couple of days. in the ast 48 hours, an iich around balttmore. eastern shore, over 2 inches. and then in western maryland lookkng at an inch. so average about an inch to inch and a haaf in the area. ground saturated. like a sponge, you absorb it, and when you give it more, it runs offf thattwill happen with the next system. no activity out thereeright now. relatively quiet.3 allng frontal boundary sitting off to the east of us. we have the stationary front that the moisture rides on. moisture.lorida, look at the ahead of the tropicalú depression. joining us s we get down the road here. in fact, looking at how much we could possibly gee on the future scan. we could get nywhere from 2-to 4-inches potentially across the on top offthe 1-to 2-inches we have seen. so run into flooding conditions. tell you more about the track of this potential tropical storm coming our way in bit. >> the governor is defending he state's labor department after a gloomy jobs report is removed ffrm its own ebsite.
doctor. jennifer, thank you so much for the update from hopkins hospital at his time. >> ever since the shooting at virginia tech, johns hopkinsú policy. hopkins began to use text messaging to all essential personnel. that worked today. also thousands of wrist bands were given out to visitors, as for metal detectors, however. >> i aaso heard the questiin about magnatometers, only one or two institutions, that i am aware of, hospitals, that have them,,and they are not on the eastcoast. >> he misspoke ever so slightly but he as not far off. in fact, two eastcoast hospitals told fox 45 news tonight, they grady memorial hospital in atlanta, georgia, and the hospital at the university of3 pennsslvania in philadelphia. the day.here is our question of should hospitals have metal ú%tectors at the entrances? so far 48 percent say yee. 52 percent say no. one viewer writes, thess doctors don't know what kind of people aae walkiig into these hospitals, so it could happen again f they don't get etal detectors. but bill writes. i should not haae to deal with metal detectors to enter a hospita
pounds in one year. our dr. jennifer ashton will be along with the results of a new study on which beverages are best and worse for your children. >>> every father's warning to his daughter's boyfriend, don't even think about it. well, one father in california may have taken that warning too farp. he's a police officer. he pretended to arrest a teen-aged boy who he believed had gone too far with his step-daughter and then decided to take action. we'll have that story, too. >> first, at 7:30, the latest on amanda knox currently serving 26 years in an italian prison for murdering her roommate. but this week, she'll be back in court fighting off the possibility of even more jail time on a different charge. we'll speak with her mother exclusively about this in just a moment. her mother, edda mellas, also faces jail time for the same charge but first our national correspondent jeff glor is here with the details. jeff, good morning. >> good morning to you. ten months after convicted of murder 23-year-old seattle native amanda knox will face an italian judge again friday not what she did
cause. jennifer franciotti has the details. >> on purple friday, the focus is on black. >> we're making the blackout towels. >> is the brainchild of a local company called baltimore blacked out, being endorsed by regan's running back willis mcgahee. he wants the stadium to come alive with 70,000 fans twirling the towels. >> it is about having fun. >> they sell for $9.99. the proceeds benefit the willis mcgahee foundation, created to help underprivileged kids in baltimore by providing them with holiday meals, toys, school supplies, and other resources to help them achieve success. he once the fans to get into the black spirit. >> when you say someone waiting those around, it is a sign. it is good to do some different and get everybody involved. have fun. let us know you are behind us. >> they have been busy printing towels and t-shirts. the owner says it has been fun. >> it is fantastic and exciting. it is really starting to take off. it is going like gangbusters. >> you can buy them at the stadium, at stadiums doors, or online. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. go, ravens! >> be pre
, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am eff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gillert. -n elementary school student said he was puncheddin tte face this morning by an adult aide on the schoollbus. >> happeeed at sharp leadenhallú elementary, and parents want %-melinda roeder has more on the story you are seeing first on fox tonight. >> he assaulted my daaghter. punched her ii the eye and nose, and she initially walked into the school she was bleeding. >> shaknees grant bay surrrised to get the call from the school informing her of a ight between her daughter and an adult aide >> aide asked her to it down, get out of the window. she refuseed. >> 10 ney was leaning out of the window as the bus pulled group and talking to aafriend. >> aide ried to getther to sit. >> he told me to sii down. said you are going to get in my face, ann if you smack me i will tell my father and mother. and that's when he pushed me, and i smacked him in the face, and he sttrted to hit me.ú tten i startee to kick and trying to defend myself. >> when the fight was over, she >> hit me in the nose. >> with a small
45 news t 10:00. >> hello, i am jeff barnd. jennifer is off tonight. four days on the run now. that'sshow long it has been %-attempted murder escaped from police. keith daniels is at city police headquarters where detectives bblieve he is on the run with his pregnant girlfriend. keith? >>well, jeff, the man walked ou3 of a rear door here attthe police complex. and tonight, they say he could be on his way to washington, or virginia, and they say he is traveling with his pregnant >> take a good look. his name is paul palmer. he is accused of attempted murder. and escaped suspect, still on the run, from baltimore city police. >> he is accused of stabbing a victim in the 200 block of davis %-stab taed him four times and fled in aavehicle. through witnees acccunts we tracked him down. >> detectives were talking with palmer at the central police district at baltimore and gay streets near city hall friday. police were transporting him to central booking when palmer faked a hand injury. when he got back inside of the slipped out the plastic handcuffs and ran away. he is on the loose. and no
on the flip side of this. >> you name it, anything on wheels all to raise money for a good cause. i'm jennifer franciotti. details straight ahead. as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. >> welcome back to "11 news sunday morning." thanks for joining us. >> the humidity was down like 29% or 30%. we don't see that often around here when it is warm out. >> a similar set-up, but we won't be quite as breezey. there is a weather disturbance to our north. it will stay there during the day today. in fact, yesterday it generated a few scattered clouds in the area, but that was about it. the rain stayed north of us, and this mornin
to show you a great picture. our friend jennifer took this shot in tokyo. you know what that is? >> a raven. she says she's using it as her wallpaper for the season all long. >> that's the wallpaper i use. i have to be honest with you, that's going to be the wallpaper. that's neat. sunny and 81 degrees this day. that's mark viviano's shot. that's mark measuring's hairline out of focus. i was going to go to that. let me say this. coming up on coffee with. right here, by the way on wjz- 13. it's time to don the jersey. it's monday and tonight, we kick off our nfl season. sports director mark viviano is joining us after the break wand'll look at what the -- at what the nfl has to hold for the hometown crowd and team. >> we would love to see your pictures at wjzme@comcast.net. go to wjz.com and look for the special icon also. >>> it's a nice, cool morning. gray skies in the area and we'll give way to sunshine at 81 degrees today. 64 d.c. and 55 easton and 65 at pax river and ocean city. 61 bel air and columbia. and 63 annapolis, rock hall and kent island. sunshine into the area and
. >> a big event is trying to get the conversation rolling. jennifer franciotti has the story. >> his antique car is just one of his passions. another is spreading the word about prostate cancer. >> i have prostate cancer and have had a return. >> last year he got together with his fellow car club members and created wheels for cancer to raise money for cancer research. this sunday, wheels of all kinds are encouraged to fill parking lot with anything that roles. >> we would like to see it overflowing. each car represents money to us, and all the money goes to the bottom line that we contribute to prostate cancer research. >> if i only help one person get in early for testing, this mission will be accomplished. >> a psa is a simple blood test that he says detective his cancer a year and a half ago. prostate cancer is the second leading cancer among men and something one in six men will get with in their lifetimes. >> a lot of people who get prostate cancer don't want to talk to anybody. >> the ribbon color for prostate cancer is blue. the hope is that one day will be as well-known as pink is f
in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, his is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. tomorrow two doctors will fight to gee back their license to practice medicine. >> they were apparently involved ii an abortion, that crossed state lines. and ended with a young woman being flown to shock trauma. >> john rydell tells us tonight police have uncovered very disturbing evidence in this particular case. >> on main street in elkton, most folks know the lawyers and family doctors. but few knew much aaout this unmarked abortion clinic. until now. >> i was shocked. i wonder how many underage victims have been involved. >> police saa their probe began when a man and woman dressed in hospital scrubs showed up at the er of union hospital. >> a injured female brought into the hospital in a private vehicle by two doctors. she had injjries unknown to them. >> police learned the 18-year-old woman had initially sought an abortion in vorhees3 new jersey but the doctor had theewoman transported by car to cecil county to complete the procedure. but her co
. jennifer franciotti has been covering the scene all day and has more on that part of the story. >> this it was really unbelievable situation, not just for employees told to evacuate, but for patients coming here for appointments and for family members of loved ones inside the hospital. >> i was in my work area and my boss told me to stay put because there is a guy running around with a gun. i came outside and the streets are still blocked off. >> we saw a lot of police cars, security guards running around frantic, it was really a chaotic, no one really knowing what is going on as far as what the situation was. eventually, they started locking doors, telling people they could not get in or they could not get out. it was just crazy. >> it is frightening. i would never expect this, because this hospital is well secured and protected. it is just crazy and ridiculous for something like this to happen. >> folks we talked to are certainly relieve the situation is over, and many plan to reschedule their appointments. >> when news broke of a shooting in the hospital, cause there was a l
are intimidated by the technology. jennifer franciotti has tonight's report. >> people come in and say they have to comply with the law. i don't know how i would get this done. >> with the clock ticking, handsfree devices are flying off the shelves at stores like best buy. with so many options, it is hard to know what is right for you. our intern lauren has not gone handsfree yet, and she is helping us check out some of bluetooth options, and earpiece and a visor mounted speaker. most also within the last few years are bluetooth compatible. -- most phones sold within the last years are bluetooth compatible brigance is working out well. >> all you do is press the enter button. it will answer the call and go up through the speaker phone or the bluetooth earpiece. >> i am able to have both hands on the wheel, and your coming in really clear. i have the windows down and i can still hear you. >> that is really good news. which devised the like better? a surprisingly, i like the earpiece better. >> elliot says that is not surprising. there are options in every price range when it comes to earpieces. >
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